Several years ago, a radio commentator said “you are where you are because you choose to be there.”
I wanted to argue the point. Sometimes we are where we are because we choose not to be somewhere else. The social or work environment changes to prompt a move, or for those who just have a wanderlust, always curious what is beyond the next horizon, it is time to move on to new adventures.
However, in defense of the comment, the move is a choice, a choice not to stay where you are.
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